mature technology


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mature technology

A popular term for any technology for which any improvements in deployment are evolutionary rather than revolutionary.
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Foldager continued: With references in every major marine segment, our dual-fuel portfolio can rightly be considered as mature technology. With 2020 and the new IMO emissions legislation fast approaching, our ME-GI and ME-LGI engines continue to act as standard bearers for environmentally friendly, reliable propulsion technology with their seamless switching between fuels and elimination of methane slip.
"Originally designed in the 1970s to enable mature US companies to help the emerging Israeli technology community, 41 years later the BIRD Foundation is enabling Israel's now mature technology sector to join forces with US companies to compete in the new global market of the 21st century."
Engineer Abu al-Gassim pointed out to the developed relations with Russia, China and other countries that preceded Sudan in this field, which can provide mature technology to build nuclear power plants that support the generation of energy in Sudan, pointing out that the atomic energy is one of the safe and stable energies throughout the year, stressing that the energy is the main pillar of development projects in the field of production.
TSMC held a meeting of the Board of Directors, which passed the following resolutions: Approved capital appropriations of approximately $4.5B for purposes including: 1) Construction of fab facilities; 2) Installation, expansion, and upgrade of advanced technology capacity; 3) Conversion of logic capacity to specialty technology capacity; 4) Conversion of mature technology capacity to specialty technology capacity; 5) Expansion and upgrade of specialty technology capacity; 6) Expansion of advanced packaging technology capacity; 7) Fourth quarter 2018 R&D capital investments and sustaining capital expenditures.
A second component, dedicated to technology and innovation in France, will see Bpifrance and Mubadala invest up to 500 million euros in start-ups and more mature technology companies through both direct investments and venture capital funds.
"Futian has a proven track record of growth and profitability by leveraging well-positioned brands, mature technology, low-cost operations and a solid-performing distribution base."
4 -- Gartner has revealed its "Hype Cycle for ICT in India, 2016." The cycle shows that more local vendors are entering emerging as well as mature technology segments in the country.
GSR Capital believes in building world-class technology industries in China and focuses on industrialization of mature technology investment and high-growth emerging industry sectors.
Speech and voice recognition are a microcosm of the entire biometrics market: mature technology that is finally finding a market, with abundant opportunity over the next 10 years, says principal analyst Bob Lockhart.
16, 17, 32, 44, 89, and 90 of Ward's thesis from 2009 clearly promote the use of mature technology in FIST.
OPSshore wind was competing as a less mature technology in a separate part of the auction which accounted for the majority of the PS315 million.
This is evident as the Daily Beast further pointed out that it is interesting to find that China's military capability now showcases the combination of new and mature technology. For instance, there is a 1950s-design Xian H-6M bomber that has surrounding guided weapons that was displayed for the first time for public viewing.